Houston Ensemble #44 Peter Bernstein Jazz Guitar Legend
Houston Ensemble #44 Peter Bernstein Jazz Guitar Legend Subscribe Here: http://bit.ly/SubscribeToHE Armov and Chad talk with Peter Bernstein, jazz guitar legend. Peter Bernstein has been a part of the jazz scene in New York and abroad since 1989. During that time he has participated in numerous recordings and performances with musicians from all generations. As a leader, Peter has released nine albums and a DVD. As a sideman Peter has appeared in groups led by Sonny Rollins, Bobby Hutcherson, George Coleman, Lou Donaldson, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Fathead Newman, Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Diana Krall, Lee Konitz, Jimmy Cobb and many more. Current projects include his album, Monk, with Doug Weiss and Bill Stewart, a recently released solo record, Solo Guitar – Live at Smalls, and the highly acclaimed organ trio with organist Larry Goldings and drummer Bill Stewart. •PETER'S NEW ALBUM: https://www.peterbernsteinmusic.com/music •Follow Peter: https://www.facebook.com/peterbernsteinmusic/?ref=hl •EPIC WATER FILTERS DISCOUNT CODE: houstonensemble If you love clean water, free of all contaminants such as fluoride, lead, chlorine, pesticides, and more, then go visit: https://www.epicwaterfilters.com/ Get 20% off of any order when you use our DISCOUNT Code: houstonensemble 43 Dick Khan, DMT Researcher: https://youtu.be/ew58rB7vEow 42 Dr. Montgomery: https://youtu.be/dOqPSVZdIdA 40 Cody and Peter, owners of Ready Room: https://youtu.be/9ayJFJULdLo 39 Joe Ott, NASA contractor: https://youtu.be/OGMCNqAgKN4 38 Robert Ellis: https://youtu.be/MwZOqaJGmws 36 Rashad Eagleton: https://youtu.be/RkrA_lJvcIg 35 Corey Gil-Shuster (Israel Conflict): https://youtu.be/2hAjX-5EX9I 32 Kurt Rosenwinkel: https://youtu.be/RSUV1KMkZ98 31 Dr. Pam Popper (Uncovering Lies in Health Industry): https://youtu.be/Bde_VLe23pE Follow @HoustonEnsemble on all Social Media! https://www.facebook.com/houstonensemble https://www.instagram.com/houstonense... https://www.twitter.com/houstonensemble https://www.tiktok/@houstonsensemble DISCLAIMER Fair use is a part of the U.S. law that allows and protects an exception to the copyright law for educational and socially useful activities. These activities include teaching, research, criticism, commentary, parody, news reporting and other uses. This video meets all primary factors of fair use which is protected under U.S. law, namely. 1. Purpose is nonprofit/educational. 2. The nature of the material used is highly creative. 3. The amount of the portion used in relation to copyright work is used in direct relation to the creative effect of the work. 4. The effect of the creative work is clearly educative, satirical, or parody-based in nature. Houston Ensemble is in no shape or form endorsing or affiliated with the agencies involved with any copyrighted material used in this example of Fair Use. HoustonEnsemble
Introduction To Peter Bernstein’s The Erie Canal & The Making Of A Great Nation
Colonial Era to Present Day History Buff
Getting an understanding behind Global Commerce and how it’s nothing brand new. Learn how previous generations including the future father of our country envisioned something grand for transporting goods by water from ocean to bodies of water inland. Learn how long it took Surveyors to study New York State’s Geography before groundbreaking construction on the Erie Canal began. Learn the names of those whom supported and would oppose canal project. Learn whether Congress decides to go forward with funding the project. Learn how canal would fundamentally go about changing the way commerce moved from East to West. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kirk-monroe/support
Jazz guitarist Peter Bernstein (b. 1967, New York City) has been a part of the jazz scene in New York and abroad since 1989. During that time he has participated in over 80 recordings and numerous festival, concert and club performances with musicians from all generations. As a leader, Peter has released nine albums and a DVD, Live at Smoke.He got his first break while attending the New School when he met the legendary guitarist Jim Hall. Hall asked Peter to participate in his Invitational Concert as part of the 1990 JVC Jazz Festival. The event featured such guitarists as John Scofield and Pat Metheny and was release as Live at Town Hall Vol. 2. by Music Masters. Hall noted that Peter “...has paid attention to the past as well as the future. He is the most impressive guitarist I’ve heard. He plays the best of them all for swing, logic, feel and taste.”Also in 1990, Peter Bernstein was discovered by alto saxophonist Lou Donaldson and took part in the first of four recordings with him. He was a regular member of his group throughout the 1990s. “Some people just have it.” Donaldson said. “...most of the time you have to teach someone what to do, but Peter knows it all.”Peter has also enjoyed long musical associations with legendary drummer Jimmy Cobb (Cobb’s Mob), as well as organist Larry Goldings and drummer Bill Stewart as a member of their highly acclaimed trio. The New York Times called them “the best organ trio of the last decade”. Together they recorded a dozen of records, all of which display their distinctive sound, whether exploring the depths of jazz standards or playing their original compositions.From 1995 through 1997, Peter was a member of Joshua Redman’s band and played on Redman’s Freedom in the Groove CD. He played with Diana Krall’s quartet from 1999 through 2001 and with Dr. Lonnie Smith, the legendary organist who made his debut on the George Benson Cookbook albums. He has also recorded five CDs with organist Melvin Rhyne, known for his association with Wes Montgomery. In addition, Peter has appeared in groups led by Nicholas Payton, Sonny Rollins, Lee Konitz, Tom Harrell, and Eric Alexander.Current projects include his recent album, Monk, recorded for the newly reactivated Xanadu label. Together with Doug Weiss and Bill Stewart, he put their own spin on the rich legacy of Thelonious Monk.In September, Bernstein released a solo guitar record, Solo Guitar – Live at Smalls (Smalls Live), an intimate recording that makes you feel like you’re sitting in the front row at Small’s jazz club in New York City.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Peter Bernstein • What Comes Next®️2020 #jazz #blues
🎸Альбом What Comes Next был записан во время пандемии, поэтому было не просто собрать звездныx музыкантов в студии, но эта идея свершилась и гитарист Peter Bernstein собрал квартет о котором долго мечтал: Pianist Sullivan Fortner Drummer Joe Farnsworth Bassist Peter Washington 🎸Мы все не снимали маски, - вспоминает Бернштейн, - сначала это казалось немного странным, но я просто благодарен за эту возможность создать что-то с музыкантами, которых я люблю. Это был замечательный день. 🎸Без вопросительного знака Что будет дальше подразумевает, что у вас есть какая-то идея, какое-то намерение в перспективе, - объясняет Бернштейн. Сейчас это кажется такой важной концепцией, но она присуща самой идее джазовой игры. Это основной вопрос, с которым мы сталкиваемся все время, когда нам дают свободу импровизировать: что теперь я играю? Какая нота должна быть следующей? Попадаю ли я в тему? Поскольку жизнь каждого человека приостанавливается, эту идею можно расширить, не ограничиваясь только музыкой. #jazz #blues
Acclaimed jazz guitarist Peter Bernstein joins us in the virtual studio today as we talk about music, the state of the scene, social media, learning from the masters, perspective and more! Peter is an unbelievably talented musician as well as a very wise/cool human. This episode is definitely worth a listen :).
In this episode (aired on 8/16/20), host Ron DeLegge shares an archived interview from 2007 with Wall Street historian and legend, Peter Bernstein. Also up: Ron explains to you why leverage up is not the same as leverage down with 2x and 3x ETFs. Finally, Ron gives you a quick recap of SPACs, which are the latest craze on Wall Street. ETF tickers mentioned in this episode: PPLC, PPMC, PPDM, PPEM and others. Follow the show on Twitter @ IndexShow and order Ron's latest book "Habits of the Investing Greats" https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07T2PJDN3/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0
Petro PodCast 15/06/2020 - Peter Bernstein: o momento mais arriscado dos investimentos
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Episode 446: Peter Bernstein, PhD. Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak With Authenticity
The Trauma Therapist
Today we continue with the special series, Managing in The Midst of The Current Outbreak, with my guest Peter M. Bernstein, PhD, and I couldn't be more honored.Peter, who was first on the podcast in episode 91, shares his story and his story truly embodies journey of authenticity. I recall first interviewing Peter and being inspired by what he's overcome to do the work he ---does. ---Today's episode is sponsored by:Trauma Therapist | 2.0:If you’re a new trauma therapist and you’re looking to learn from seasoned professionals and be inspired by other therapists from around the globe, this online community is for you.Check it out here: Trauma Therapist | 2.0: https://www.thetraumatherapistproject.com/community/trauma2---Peter is founder and director of the Bernstein Institute. As a coach, mentor, educator and trainer, Peter has almost 50 years of experience providing relief and recovery from trauma and emotional and physical painPeter's unique approach utilizes a combination of coaching, mentoring and bodywork to offer hope and healing through transformative resilience.In This EpisodeThe Bernstein InstituteThe Bernstein Institute on FacebookTrauma: Healing the Hidden Epidemic, Peter M. Bernstein, PhDPeter's incredible first interview on the podcast, episode 91 (and then on 269)Peter’s podcast: The Survivor’s Guide To LifeSupport this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-trauma-therapist-podcast-with-guy-macpherson-phd-inspiring-interviews-with-thought-leaders-in-the-field-of-trauma/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
The first time I heard Peter Bernstein was on “The Intimacy Of The Blues”, the first Larry Goldings Trio album that my parents used to listen to and I really liked that album. When I got more into to buying my own records I bought “Heart’s Content” – I really lived with that album for a while, listening to but often times, also playing along with it quite a lot. I became in awe of Peter’s sound and his extraordinary talent for melody. Another important record during this time was “Sweet Sience” by the Larry Goldings Trio. Among my favorite albums of Peter are “Monk”, “Solo Guitar, Live at Smalls”, “Heart’s Content” and “Earth Tones” and of course all the other albums with the Goldings Bernstein Stewart trio. Since I started this interview series I got to talk to his Peter’s longtime musical partners Larry Goldings and Bill Stewart and I’m happy to finally include Peter himself in this series of interviews now. We talk about melodic lines, his teacher Ted Dunbar, playing with Sonny Rollins, guitar keys & open strings, Monk’s music, the lesson with Keith Jarrett, the Goldings Bernstein Stewart trio and much more. Hope you enjoy!